Inch Island DonegalSheltered island in Lough Swilly connected to mainland by causeway
Inch Island Donegal
Inch Island is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway and is largely fertile on it’s eastern side while its western side has steep mountain sides and a a coastline punctuated by little harbours and a few sandy beaches. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is largely undiscovered as a holiday destination within Donegal.
A 20 min. drive southwards takes you to the historic City of Derry while Inishowen’s main town, Buncrana, is a 15 min. drive to the north. There a few very good restaurants in the village of Fahan and a fabulous sandy beach.